Sky Cold Brew Cold Brew Coffee Recipes

🌬️ Easy Homemade Cold Brew Iced Coffee Recipe 🌬️

Learn how to make easy homemade cold brew iced coffee with this simple recipe from Sky Cold Brew. Find the perfect coffee to water ratio and brewing instructions.

Easy Homemade Cold Brew Iced Coffee

You will need:

  • coarsely ground coffee1 cup of coarsely ground coffee
  • cold water4 cups of cold water
  • large jarA large jar or pitcher
  • coffee filterA coffee filter or fine mesh strainer
  • ice cubesIce cubes
  • milk creamMilk or cream (optional)
  • sweetenerSweetener (optional)


  1. Start by adding the coarsely ground coffee to your jar or pitcher.
  2. Pour the cold water over the coffee grounds.
  3. Stir the mixture until the coffee is fully saturated with water.
  4. Cover the jar or pitcher and let it steep in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours.
  5. After steeping, strain the coffee through a coffee filter or fine mesh strainer into a clean jar or pitcher.
  6. Serve your cold brew over ice. If desired, add milk, cream, or sweetener to taste.


The coffee to water ratio for this recipe is 1:4. However, you can adjust this ratio according to your taste preference. If you prefer a stronger brew, use more coffee. If you prefer a lighter brew, use less coffee.

Master the art of creating your own refreshing homemade cold brew iced coffee with our easy-to-follow guide. This recipe is perfect for those who love the smooth, rich taste of cold brew and want to enjoy it from the comfort of their own homes. With just a few simple ingredients and steps, you'll be sipping on your own delicious cold brew in no time.

One of the key components to a great cold brew is the coffee itself. We recommend using coarsely ground coffee to achieve the best flavor. Not sure which coffee to use? Check out our FAQs to learn more about the best types of coffee for cold brew.

When it comes to brewing, patience is key. The longer you allow your coffee to steep, the stronger and more robust the flavor will be. If you're curious about how to adjust the strength of your brew, our step-by-step guide on making cold brew concentrate can help you tailor your brew to your taste.

Once your coffee has steeped, it's time to strain and serve. Whether you prefer your cold brew straight up or with a splash of milk or cream, the choice is yours. For those with a sweet tooth, adding a touch of sweetener can transform your cold brew into a delightful treat. Explore our cold brew recipes for more inspiration on how to customize your drink.

If you're new to the world of cold brew, you might be wondering how it differs from iced coffee. Our article on iced coffee vs. cold brew breaks down the differences, helping you understand why cold brew has become such a popular choice among coffee enthusiasts.

So, why not give homemade cold brew a try? With our easy guide, you can enjoy the perfect cup of cold brew, tailored to your taste, any time you like. Happy brewing!